Color was a big trend across all four fashion capitals this season. Straight from the runways in New York, London, Milan and Paris, get inspired by the colors that graced top designers fashion shows this month, and learn how to incorporate them into your home.
While millennial pink has been a fashion favorite for the past year, this darker version seems to be the next big thing.
This color isn’t for the faint heart, so using it as an accent is a safe route. In this bright office space by Emily Henderson, a pair of chairs upholstered in the vibrant hue adds a playful pop to the space.
Photographer: Tessa Neustadt
Orange, which was popular in spring 2018 collections, continued to be a designer favorite for fall at New York Fashion Week.
Designer Summer Thornton kept the envelope of this living room neutral and paired orange with blue, its complementary hue, in the accessories.
Instead of deciding on one color for fall, London-based designers embraced them all on the runways. Mary Katrantzou showcased a more muted form of the rainbow.
If there’s one designer who is a lover of all colors, it’s Tiffany Pratt. In her bright and creative living space, she mixed pastels with saturated hues for a cheerful look.
Another designer-favorite in London was head-to-toe black, which came in the form of power suits, mini dresses and dramatic gowns.
Designer Scott Yetman maximized the use of black in this dressing room by painting the walls and doors in the dark shade, but keeping the floors and ceiling white for a more livable look.
Photographer: Drew Hadley
Designer: Scott Yetman
Source: House & Home February 2017
Think mustard yellow, tan, tangerine and all versions of brown. Yes, , camel, is also now a fashion trend for fall. House & Home‘s color of the year
In this living room, an earthy palette of warm, creamy neutrals is accented with a camel leather sofa.
Photographer: D. Gilbert
Flashes of fluorescent color also lit up Milan Fashion Week. At Prada, an ultra-bright neon green dress was paired with equally bright pink stilettos.
There’s nothing like bright neon chairs to add a jolt of energy to a monochromatic living room. Here, the chartreuse hue adds much needed personality to the streamlined space.
Photographer: Valerie Wilcox
Designer: Stephanie Pellatt of Pivot Design, Leanne Tammaro and Adolphina Karachok of Designtheory.
Source: House & Home April 2017
The runways in Paris showcased their own take on London’s rainbow trend with shiny iridescent looks.
Tom Dixon is all about this trend and knows exactly how to make it work. In this bathroom, an iridescent glass partition hides the standalone shower.